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Used Attack & Midfield Strung Clutch X Head
$21$24
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Retail price: $70
Schutt stallion 575
$45$55
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Retail price: $130
Player's Cascade S Helmet
$115
Retail price: $250
Nike Alpha Menace Pro 2, Mid Top, Used, Size 14
$36$40
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Retail price: $120
Shock Visor For Lacrosse Helmet
$41$45
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Retail price: $60
Used Player's STX Stallion 100 Youth Helmet XS
$59$65
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Retail price: $110
Adult Large Nike Vapor Arm Pads
$24$27
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Retail price: $75
Navy Cascade S Helmet
$140
Retail price: $300
Used Attack & Midfield Strung Mark 1 Head
$41$45
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Retail price: $90

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Lacrosse equipment: getting started

There’s so much to choose from when it comes to lacrosse sticks, cleats, helmets, gloves and pads. We carry all of the biggest brand names, from STX, to Warrior, Maverik, Nike, Cascade, Under Armour and more. Of all the gear you need to get started in lacrosse, the most important piece of equipment you'll need is your lacrosse stick.

Lacrosse stick sizing guide

The length of your stick depends on what position you play. Goalies, defensemen and attackmen/middies all need different stick lengths to help them play their positions to the best of their abilities. Attackmen and middies tend to opt for shorter shafts that are around 30 inches in length. The length of a “complete stick” (meaning the combined length of your head and shaft) for offensive positions usually falls within the 40-42 inch range. Longpoles are usually reserved for defenders and long-stick middies (LSMs). The combined length for a longpole stick is usually between 52-72 inches, with an average shaft length of 60 inches. Goalies have the most freedom here, with some preferring shorter sticks closer to the length that a middie might use, while others prefer a 72 inch stick that resembles a longpole.

Best lacrosse sticks

Some of the best stick brands include STX, Maverik and Warrior. Recently, the STX Stallion 200 and the Warrior Evo Warp have both been very popular choices among lacrosse players.

The STX Lacrosse Stallion 200 U is a great option for a complete attack/middie stick, inspired by the Elite Stallion U 500 model. This stick meets both NFHS and NCAA rules and is perfect for beginner and intermediate lacrosse players. This complete stick is a great option for players looking to hone their catching and throwing skills.

The 54-inch Warrior Evo Warp features a Kryptonite shaft. This weather-resistant stick is designed for players 14 and younger. Developed using Warrior’s patented Warp technology, this stick comes game-ready, meaning you don’t need to string it yourself or spend time breaking it in. The Warp is Warrior’s answer to those who say they don’t want to try lacrosse because they don’t know how to string a lacrosse head. Many beginner lacrosse players face this problem. The Warp is meant to make lacrosse a more accessible sport, especially for athletes who may have never considered trying lacrosse before.